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Why do shareholders in an S Corporation care about their stock basis and debt basis?  A shareholder’s basis in the S Corporation stock or debt is very important for multiple reasons.  The article below has been prepared by a tax attorney and business attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide additional information regarding the...
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In a prior article, buy sell agreements were discussed in general, regarding the potential benefit to small business owners.  The article below has been drafted by a business attorney to provide general information regarding certain types or forms of buy sell agreements that small business owners may be able to use for their buy sell...
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The McGuire Law Firm provides a free consultation with a business attorney.  John McGuire, the founding partner of The McGuire Law Firm believes it is important to provide a free consultation to small business owners for many reasons.  First and foremost, as a business attorney, Mr. McGuire views his relationships with clients as a long...
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Many individuals who own closely held business interests, such as an interest within a limited liability company or closely held corporation will enter into a buy sell agreement.  These individuals (and perhaps their estate) may accomplish a number of planning objectives and goals with a buy sell agreement, and potentially optimize income, gift and estate...
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What is a letter of intent?  This is a common question a client may ask their business attorney.  A letter of intent may be used in a handful of circumstances and can be useful tool when parties are attempting to spell out the major terms and conditions of an agreement prior to moving forward with...
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A Non Disclosure Agreement can be used in many circumstances.  The video below has been prepared by a business attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to discuss the use of a Non Disclosure Agreement in the context of a potential purchase or sale of a business.  Generally, it is recommended that you enter into a...
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How is the sale of a business taxed?  How is the sale or transfer of my business (stock or partnership interest) taxed?  How is the sale of a business asset or group of business assets taxed?  These are common questions that a business owner or the holder of a business ownership interest such as stock...
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In previous articles liability relief from a partnership has been discussed.  Generally, liability relief from a partnership is deemed a distribution to the partner who has been relieved of the liability.  But, what happens when a partner is relieved of liability at the liquidation of the partnership?  Can liability relief be deemed a liquidating distribution...
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Audits are performed by the Division of Unemployment Insurance within the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment as federally required. The requirement has been established in hopes of insuring compliance by employers as well as to provide guidance, information and help to employers.  How are businesses audited by the Division of Unemployment Insurance in Colorado? ...
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What is a stock sale?  How is a stock sale different from an asset sale?  Is a stock sale or asset sale better?  As a business attorney, these are common questions I hear from clients when they are considering selling their business.  A stock sale and an asset sale have advantages and disadvantages, which may...
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